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Tessuti designer store expands business with Eurostop tool
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Mar '12
Tessuti, the independent superstore for designer clothing, has invested in Eurostop's retail management systems for its business. Tessuti is using Eurostop's e-pos and e-rmis systems to manage stock for its four stores based in Cheshire and Manchester, as well as its warehouse and internet sales.

The stores sell a wide range of designer clothing for men, Tessuti were the first in the UK to offer designer brands including Armani, Nina Cerruti and Versace in a superstore setting. Tessuti chose Eurostop's system for its ability to provide more accurate, current sales data that will improve stock management and increase profit margins.

Tessuti replaced its incumbent retail system with Eurostop's e-rmis head office system to manage its retail business with additional interfaces to fulfill internet sales.

Matt Munnelly, Finance Manager at Tessuti said; “Eurostop's systems will make a significant impact on our business. As we expanded, we recognised the need to invest in accurate, robust stock management systems.

Philip Moylan, Sales and Marketing Manager at Eurostop added: “Tessuti's success has been built upon its reputation of stocking an impressive wide range of designer clothing for all. Our systems have been designed to provide flexible solutions that help such retailers manage large numbers of seasonal stock items. Keeping Sell Thru, Turnover and Seasonal Stock at the right levels to meet customer demand, without tying up cash in unsold items is critical to a business' survival.”

Established in 1985 Tessuti was born from a love of continental designer men's clothing which was limited in availability and coveted by those in the know. In the early days championing such brands as Giorgio Armani, Nino Cerruti and Gianni Versace the following grew and so did the store.

Founded in 1990, with operations in London, Singapore and Shanghai, Eurostop provides complete solutions for Retail Management for the Fashion, Footwear and General Merchandise sectors encompassing both hardware and software.


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